Indy Justice—The Undead P3?

June 8 is the new deadline for a city council vote in Indianapolis on a private DBFOM proposal to replace the region’s aging criminal justice facilities with a new “consolidated justice center” built on a private site and operated privately for 35 years.
The development team WMB Heartland Justice Partners, led by Meridiam Infrastructure, was selected by the mayor’s office last December to negotiate a contract, whose design-build price then was put at about $400 million.


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